Lima, Peru

Rylee Atkin

Lima, Peru

Peru borders Ecuardor, Blovia, and Chile. It has a population of 30.5  million people. One Peruvian Nuevo Sol equals $0.32 in the US. There most popular sports are Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Bull Fighting, and Horse racing. Three of some of the most tourist attractions are Haucachina, (A tiny oasis surrounding a small natural lake and itself surrounded my towering sand dunes.) Mancora, (small town featuring Peru's best sandy beaches. The consistenly good waves makes Macora a popular surfing destination.) and Machu Pichu. (one of the most beautiful and impressive ancient sites in the world. It was largely unknown to the outside world before being rediscovered in 1911.)

Lima, Peru

One of their most popular peruvian dishes is Lomo Saltado. It has peruvian ingredients with asian techniques of preparing food. Lomo Saltado is made of sliced beef, stir stir fried with red onions, tomatoes, yellow Peruvian chilies, soy sauce, vinegar, and cilantro.

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Lima, Peru

Peru's Government is Republic and Presidential.